The white is the neutral for both the fan and the light. The black is the hot for the fan. The blue is the hot for the lights.
I don't know if the Stanley takes any kind of specail weatherseal, but the generic EPDM rubber ones should be commonly avaialbe. You can get shorte...
Dimmers use electronic switches that turn the power on and off each 1/2 cycle. They have a small voltage drop and that causes heat to be produced. ...
Acidic water can do that. You need to get the water tested by an independant lab. They based on the lab test then do water treatment.
First check with a local full service hardware store in your area. They often stock things that are in common use in that area. That is specially t...
Interesting question. In a case like this it would have been foolish for the electrican to do this other than hourly. And he did some work....
Unless there are large lumps or part that stick out then all you need to do is to skim coat it with Light Weight joint compound. It will cover of t...
You need to go through these. But I saw that some of them are available in nickle and pewter. http://houseofantiquehardware.com/s.nl/sc.10/categ...
All gas fireplaces are "vented". Some, so called ventless" are allowed to be vented into the house. Some local codes don't allow this. Venti...
No, as I said they are two completely different specs for different purpose. The insulation spec is to protect the can from over heating. Actual...
The limitation on the not having insulation next to the light is not because the insulation could get too hot. Rather it is because the Can can't c...
Infloor radiant heat using cooper pipes have been around since the 50's or maybe earlier. However, in some of them the copper has deteriated and...
If you do have attic space NEXT to the cathedral room you could mount a vent fan in vertically in the gable end to exhaust into the attic space. ...
Generally an old house is not completely rewired. One exception would be knob and tube wiring. Again that in it'self is not bad, but can't inst...
Was done in that era. A "heating element" type of wire was run ove the ceiling and the plastered over. Don't know anything more than that.
As I said there is nothing in the code prohibiting #12 wire on a 15 amp circuit. So you can run it to the existing 15 amp circuit. Just not t...
Yes, you can use a #12 on a 15 amp circuit. And sometimes it is done on purpose such as when you have a long run and need to reduce the voltage ...
Yes, you can run #12 and tap off of a 20 amp circuit. However that circuit is the laundry circuit and can't have lights on it. Likewise you c...
Most copper hoods are custom made. You can try a google on - copper range hoods - and go through the list to see if you can find anyothers. B...